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China Claims to Have Developed a Radical New Stealth Technology for Its Submarines

Dave Majumdar Security, Asia Unlike a conventional propulsor design—which is turned by a mechanical drive shaft—China’s rim-driven system is powered by an electrical motor embedded in the propulsor’s shroud. Thus, if the Chinese have managed to successfully develop a rim-driven pumpjet propulsor that works in a real world operational setting, it would be a significant development.
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